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50 going on 16: Come like a Child to the King of Kings

Adults feel things just like teens do; we like to laugh and be silly and have fun. One reason adults act so silly around babies is not entirely for the child’s amusement but it gives an outlet for silliness–keeping us from derision for acting goofy. It’s under cover goofy! Adults have, hopefully, ...

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“I Can Do It Too”: A Future of Men with Wombs

Seems like we women are trapped in a game of “I Can Do It Too” with the opposite sex. It started when society decided to associate girls with the color pink. Then men wanted the color too. So, we said okay. Since a color is just a color, men you ...

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Make Thanksgiving a Day of Gratitude

For the average American, Thanksgiving is a day of feasting on turkey and pumpkin pie. Then others choose to be absorbed in football, completely forgetting what the day is all about. For some it is the day before “Black Friday” when they can’t wait to be the first in line ...

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Thanks, But No Thanks–When I Want My Way, Not God’s

My daughter missed the bus this morning.  It happens.  She is 10 years old and just not a morning person. We really didn’t do anything differently.  I am a stickler for the usual with her “ wake up” routine.  This morning, poor baby, was just moving slower than a little ...

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Looking For Old Treasures

“C’mon Ma you have got to try it” I pleaded to my elderly Mother. I don’t know how my Mother lasted this long without ever using the internet, but enough was enough! I thought. “Ok” she said reluctantly settling down by the computer and slowly putting on her reading glasses ...

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